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1. also front man A man who serves as a nominal leader but who lacks real authority.
2. Music A man who is a lead singer of a group.



n., pl. -men (-ˌmɛn)
1. a performer, as a singer, who leads a musical group.
2. a person who serves as the nominal head of an organization and who represents it publicly.
Also, esp. for 2,front′ man`.
[1935–40, Amer.]
usage: See -man.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-October 13, 2017-RNB announces acquisition of Frontmen.
Retailing company RNB Retail and Brands AB (STO:RNBS) announced on Thursday it acquisitions of Frontmen.
Frontmen was founded in 2008 by the fashion profile Oscar Arrsjo, whom together with Mats Ljungstrom, Erik Paulsson's company Backahill, and the private equity firm Wellstreet owns this business through the company Fashionisland Sverige AB.
Jonah Matranga & Dave McPherson The frontmen of onelinedrawing and InMe perform their own material and songs from Neil Young's Harvest - the best-selling album of 1972 - for its 40th anniversary, at The Tunnels in Aberdeen.
The rocker also insisted that despite considering other frontmen, the group haven't ruled out Rod Stewart returning eventually.
Frontmen Pete Doherty and Carl Barat were joined at a press conference at the Boogaloo pub in Highgate, north London, by bassist John Hassall and drummer Gary Powell.
The set ended with an energetic performance of Can't Stand Me Now which famously refers to the sometimes difficult relationship between the two frontmen.
HARRY COLLIER isn't the most flamboyant of frontmen - but when he opens his mouth, his vocals send shivers down your spine.
Dueling frontmen Chris and Roger (the band eschews last names) winked and mugged for the audience, and horn players J.
Frontmen Jarvis Anderson and Sam Martin prowled the stage delivering vibrant rap lyrics over a series of melodic hooks.